Posts tagged 2018
Juliana Cerqueira Leite at Arsenal Contemporary NYC

Art Viewer

Oct 30, 2018

Arsenal Contemporary is pleased to present the Brazilian, Brooklyn-based artist, Juliana Cerqueira Leite’s first solo presentation in New York, Until Different. The exhibition opens 13 September and runs through 4 November, 2018.
Juliana Cerqueira Leite reformulates physical presences and absences in the world and body, negating the mere reassertion of subjects and their environments through acts of pivotal transformation. 

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People, Places and Things to Know: Feminist Art That’s Also Furniture, Patterned Bags and More

New York Times - STYLE Magazine

Oct 12, 2018

There was a “Saturday Night Live” sketch not too long ago in which Kate McKinnon pretended to be Brigitte Bardot responding to the #MeToo movement. “Why does woman have breast? It’s for a man to grab and pull!” she said, taking a drag on her prop cigarette. “A drawer has a knob. A woman has two knobs!”.

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The Bodybuilder

Office Magazine, by John Martin Tilley

Oct 6, 2018

Breasts stacked like frog’s eggs; the imprint of the artist’s arm or legs in motion as it progressively deconstructs the very sculpture representing it; plaster that captures the memory of her body leaning on or sitting in the confines of a space exploration habitat—these are the discoveries that await you in the uncanny world of Brazilian artist Juliana Cerqueira Leite. 

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BIAN’s 4th Edition – Contemplating (Post-Digital) Corporeality

Creative Applications, by Greg J. Smith
Aug 3, 2018

The 4th edition of the International Digital Art Biennial (BIAN) wraps up this week, and per previous editions it did not lack in ambition. Drawing on the momentum built over the last six years, and – in particular – the excellent last, third edition, this BIAN was dedicated to the theme ‘AUTOMATA: Sing the Body Electric.’

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La BIAN Montréal 2018

Art in the Digital Age, by Dominique Moulon pour Art Press
Jul 18, 2018

Créée en 2012 par Alain Thibault, la Biennale Internationale d’Art Numérique (BIAN) s’inscrit dans la continuité du festival Elektra initié en 1999. Elle s’articule autour de divers lieux incluant la Société des Arts Technologiques (SAT) et l’Arsenal Art Contemporain.

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Echoes of the Ocean: Maskull Lasserre at the Vancouver Biennale

By Anna Kovler
Jun, 2018

Standing on the western edge of the North American continent, by the boats docked at a Vancouver Marina, Maskull Lasserre’s enormous steel sculpture takes a shape that most viewers might hardly recognize. This monumental single-horn anvil, 25 feet long, and about 800 times larger than a normal anvil is perplexing and mysterious.

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Wanda Koop: A Lifetime Of Learning

Eyes Towards the Dove, by Katy Diamond Hamer

Jun 2, 2018

Artist Wanda Koop paints in a very lyrical way. She let’s the paint dictate the painting, not completely dissimilar from The Composition Series  by Kandinsky. Using acrylic in a watered-down format, Koop has been making work for forty years. In that time, she has inherently studied the medium, how it responds to various surfaces, and how to work in a way that is freeing and uninhibited. 

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